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June 24, 1977 - Image 42

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-06-24

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42 Friday, June 24, 1977

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Whatever can happen to
all Jews will happen to one
Jew.

Describes
Tours for Singles

Women at WU F Annual Tea Booklet

A free 32-page color cata-
logue detailing Single-
world's tour and cruise pro-
gram for 1977 is now avail-
able from Travel Unlimit-
ed. The booklet describes
Caribbean cruises and land
tours available throughout
the Western U.S. and
French Canada.
For a copy of the booklet,
contact Travel Unlimited.
Inc., 15920 W. 12 Mile Rd.,
Suite 101. Southfield, 48076
(424-8118).

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SUMMER

SALE

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Women for the United Foundation attending the annual
meeting and tea in the Bloomfield Hills home of Mrs. Har-
old Frank, left, were Mrs. Isadore Winkelman, WUF board
member, center, and Mrs. Joel Tauber, who was recently
elected to the WUF board. WUF members organize the an-
nual Heart of Gold award luncheon to honor outstanding
volunteers and co-sponsors the annual Healthorama pro-
grams of free health tests for the public.

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• French Imports • English Imports
• T-Shirts
• Cotton Pants
• Gab Pants
• Skirts
• Dresses
$400
All Silk and Cotton Scarves

$ 500

French Bracelets
all sales final

Mon-Sat 10-5:30
Thurs til 8:30

6614 Telegraph Rd.

Birmingham-Bloomfield Plaza

851-6368

Lipset Will Head Professors

NEW YORK—Prof. Sey-
mour Martin Lipset, a
noted political scientist,
was elected chairman of
the National Executive corn-
mittee of American Profes-
sors for Peace in the
Middle East at its annual
meeting June 12, which
marked the organization's
10th anniversary.
Lipset, an authority on po-
litical sociology and social
stratification, is Professor
of Political Science and So-
ciology and Senior Fellow
at the Hoover Institution at

MARTINS SHOES

SEMI-ANNUAL

SHOE CLEARANCE

Stanford University, Calif.
Raymond Tanter of the
University of Michigan was
elected a vice chariman.

PORTRAITS

IN YOUR HOME

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Specializing in
Children & Family

HOME

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Ca pture the Essence

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• STYLE
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531-7655

WYN-HAROLD CATERINC,

ELECTROLYSIS

Interfaith Relations
Director Named .

Dr. Eugene Fisher, direc-
tor of catechist formation
for the Office of Religious
Education, Archdiocese of
Detroit, has been named ex-
ecutive director of the Of,
fice of Catholic-Jewish Rela-
tions of the National Confer-
ence of Catholic Bishops in
Washington, D.C.
Dr. Fisher, 33. who is ad-
junct professor of Hebrew
Scriptures at the University
of Detroit. is the first lay-
man to hold the NCCB post.

Leave Everything to Us

WORKS!

WE FOUND THAT. OUT 16
YEARS AGO. AND WE HAVE
BEEN HELPING PEOPLE RID THEMSELVES OF
UNSIGHTLY HAIR EVER SINCE.

HELEN ZINBERG

R.E.

IF YOU HAVE EMBARRASSING HAIR ON
THE FACE, =UPPER LIP, ARMS, LEGS, OR
THIGHS, IT CAN BE REMOVED PERMA
NENTLY. NOT BY GADGETS, NOT BY
PROMISED MIRACLES, BUT BY MEDICALLY
APPROVED ELECTROLYSIS.

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OPEN MON. THRU FRI. INCLUSIVE

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(IN THE MINI-MALL)
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STUDIO OF INTERIORS,

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MISS ASKIN

.Mrs. Sarah Askin and Mr.
David Askin, both of South-
field, announce the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Marcy Lynn, to Lawrence
Peter Miller, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard S. Miller
of New York City, N.Y.
Miss Askin was gradu-
ated from Eastern , Mich-
igan University with BS
and master's degrees in spe-
cial education. Her fiance
was graduated from the
New York Institute of Tech-
nology with a BS degree in
accounting.
An August wedding is

planned.

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Birmingham, Michigan 4801 1
Phone: 645-1160

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